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Millennials and the New Economy

April 17 2015
by Patrice J. Lee

Young adults are increasingly bypassing ownership to borrow and rent the property of strangers out of convenience, affordability, and experience. Government ought to stop tampering.

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Medicare Reforms Become Law

April 17 2015
by Hadley Heath

Many of the reforms in the new law are aimed at controlling costs and preserving Medicare for future generations. But this law, although passed with bipartisan support, has drawn significant criticism.

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Louis C.K. Not Only Apologized to Sarah Palin, but He'd Love to Go Fishing With Her--as It Were

April 17 2015
by Charlotte Allen

Conservative women are the best-looking women.

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Even Higher Taxes for Maryland?

April 17 2015
by Carrie L. Lukas

Maryland’s Prince George’s Country wants to raise taxes on cell phone bills by 50%, which will hurt the poor the most.

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Cruel Kansas: No More Cruises or Spa Days on Your Welfare Check

April 17 2015
by Patrice J. Lee

I automatically thought “duh” as welfare and food stamp money tax dollars were never intended to be used on manicures or pedicures.

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TSA Patty-Cake

April 17 2015
by Patrice J. Lee

Accountabilityy: The TSA didn't even notice until someone called the cops.

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President Obama and College Debt: Encouraging Irresponsibility

April 17 2015
by Charlotte Hays

IBD: "[President Obama] constantly talks as if student debt were an unfair burden they unknowingly had foisted upon them."

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Muslim Feminist to Hillary: Don't Take $$$ from Countries that Repress Women

April 17 2015
by Charlotte Hays

Looks like the first feminist to stand up and question Hillary Clinton’s actual credentials as a champion for women is Canada’s Raheel Raza, a Pakistani-born women’s rights activist.

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Giving Map: Red States More Generous to Charities

April 17 2015
by Charlotte Hays

Americans by and large are generous. But some states are more generous than others.

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The Day After: It Was a Particularly Bad Tax Day for Many Americans

April 16 2015
by Patrice J. Lee

ObamaCare created new hardships yesterday.

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Where’s the Fairness? Top 1 Percent Pays Nearly Half of Federal Income Taxes

April 16 2015
by Patrice J. Lee

Top 10 percent of earners pay more than half of our federal tax bill,while the bottom 60 pay less than 2 percent.

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Surprise, surprise! Sarah Silverman's "Gender Pay Gap" Story Turns Out to Be as Phony as the "Gender Pay Gap"

April 16 2015
by Charlotte Allen

Bad comedy

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2016: Are We on the Outskirts of the Battle of Washington?

April 16 2015
by Charlotte Hays

If you aren't afraid of government, you've never heard of the Sowers family.

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Hollywood Stars Pretending to be Poor

April 15 2015
by Julie Gunlock

If Gwyneth Paltrow really wanted to help the poor, she'd set aside the silly stunts and examine the real reason people can't afford food in this country.

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Banned in Europe Does Not Equal Safe

April 15 2015
by Julie Gunlock

Fact: Just because it's banned in Europe, doesn't mean it needs to be banned here.

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Hillary's Magical Mystery Tour--With Emphasis on the "Mystery"

April 15 2015
by Charlotte Allen

Not just at Chipotle--nobody at all ever saw her.

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Parenting and the State

April 15 2015
by Carrie L. Lukas

If America is really "the home of the free," shouldn't we allow parents to decide how to raise their kids? 

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Irony Alert: Hillary Talks about CEO Compensation

April 15 2015
by Charlotte Hays

I wish Hillary had been able to join us in a coffee shop in Harrisburg, Pa., yesterday. We talked about basic economics.

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Let's Have a Conversation about Pay Equity Nationally

April 14 2015
by

Debbie Brown, Director of Colorado Women's Alliance, chats with Aparna Mathur, American Enterprise Institute, and Sabrina Schaeffer, Independent Women's Forum, about pay equity for women.

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Hillary Clinton's Ethnic Stereotyping: She Thinks Hispanics Are All Poverty-Stricken Peasants

April 14 2015
by Charlotte Allen

Her donation website lists $5 as the minimum contribution for English-speakers, but only $3 as the minimum for Spanish-speakers.

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Rubio: Don't Stop Thinking about Tomorrow

April 14 2015
by Charlotte Hays

Mrs. Clinton thinks that the middle class needs a champion—her—and Rubio believes that a prosperous economy will allow a free people to work their way up without champions in the political class.

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This Doesn't Make Me Feel Empowered: Iran Has Been Elected to the U.N.'s Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women

April 13 2015
by Charlotte Hays

If you are still having a hard time digesting the news that the U.N. designated Israel the world’s number one violator of women’s rights, here’s something else to chew on.

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News Flash: Top 20 Percent of Taxpayers Pay More than 80 Percent of Federal Income Taxes

April 13 2015
by Charlotte Hays

President Obama still wants to "ask" them to pay more.

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Factual Feminist Conquers London!

April 13 2015
by Charlotte Hays

While Hillary Clinton is just into the first day what promises to be a fact-challenged race for the White House, the (U.K.) Telegraph is out with a must-read profile of Christina Hoff Sommers, who is also known as the Factual Feminist.

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More on the Clinton Rollout . . .

April 13 2015
by Charlotte Hays

Scary News for the Middle Class: Like President Obama, Mrs. Clinton is positioning herself as the champion of the middle class.

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